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"a brewing!" here )s a live look at nbc bay area storm ranger, picking up rain in the north bay. monday morning, a storm is brewing. a live look at nbc bay area storm ranger this morning. rain already picking up in the far north bay. that's where everything is set to start this morning before eventually moving south. good morning to you. thanks so much for joining us. i'm laura garcia. >> and i'm whereby. kari hall has the weather for us. >> i love how we put "the monday storm." >> and the music. >> we are going to see some rain moving in, mostly for the north bay. the rest of us will see the system slowly sagging south a in the afternoon. it's affected areas north of santa rosa so this is lake, where we are that will once again slowly make itsayar. as we go into the noon hour,
still raining mostly in the north bay, and approaching san francisco, and then continuing to move its way into the east bay and the peninsula. so i'll have more of a time line on that for you, and mike, you're tracking a crash in palo alto. >> i am, live camera 101 toward university. traffic flowed slowly toward the camera. chp was talking about a traffic break approaching the area. i saw the sensors go to red for aackon up into orange. that traffic break may have been more toward embarcadero. the slower drive is on the map but the live camera showed traffic coming through. the rest of the bay shows an easy drive as 880 reopened from overnight construction through hayward. we'll track both sides of the bay. so far nothing dramatic. o green. >> thank you so much. it's 4:31. we begin with a developing story in contra costa county. >> a shooting overnight outside of century walnut creek theater. crime scene tape blocking off the area earlier this morning in
downtown walnut creek. we've had a crew overnight as the story unfolded. >> "today in the bay's" pete suratos joins us live now. anything new, pete? >> reporter: yes, guys, we're confirming some information from walnut creek police as far as what took place here. we' standing in front of union bank, across the sm the century theater, as you guys mentioned, where the shooting took place. we want to show you some scene video as the scene wrapped up in walnut creek. according to walnut creek, police are saying the shooting happened just before 10:00 p.m. on locust street in this area near the century theaters. it's a lot of foot traffic, a lot of people are in this area so the shootin downtown walnut creek. now police aretly what led to the shooting but we know the victim apparently took himself gunshot wounds to the back so the injuries are non-life-threatening, with the victim taking himself to kaiser
and walnut creek with the injuries. no suspects are in custody but we expect to get more details from walnut creek police later this morning. we're live here in walnut creek, pete suratos for "today in the bay." >> all right, pete, thanks for that update. now to the bombshell report released over the weekend in washington. president trump saying this morning he's vindicated, after the justice department revealed a summary of robert mueller's russia report, but democrats and some republicans want to see the original findings, evidence, interviews and much more. "today in the bay'"''s" tracie o more. >> that america is the greatest place on earth. >> reporter: president trump declaring victory as he arrived at the white house from florida. >> this was an illegal take-down that failed, and hopefully somebody's going to be looking at the other side, so it's complete exoneration, no collusion, n obstruction. >> reporter: not exactly. according to the attorney general's summary, "the
investigation did not establish that members of the trump campaign conspired or coordinated with the russian government," but special counsel robert mueller found evidence on both sides of whether the president obstructed justice. attorney general william barr decided not to pursue. >> we'd like to have him come before the committee as quickly as possible. >> reporter: democrats argue barr is not a neutral observer and his decision not to prosecute could be a partisan interpretation of facts. >> it is imperative that therel full report and underlying evidence. >> reporter: republicans have their own reasons for wanting that report released. >> let's see the fisa applications, because this is an extraordinary use of government surveillance power. >> reporte investigation ended, analyzing that investigation justie potts in santa clara county may be
ready to start contacting federal authorities when violent undocumented felons are released. supervisors tomorrow will debate a measure to end the current ban preventing deputies from contacting i.c.e. it involves inmates being released, despite detainer requests. undocumented inmates would be instead held until federal authorities assume control. that move is being sparked in large part by the deadly stabbing last month of a woman in her south san jose home. investigators say 24-year-old carlos eduardo arguelo carranza killed 59-year-old bambi larson. authorities say he was a repeat fe released twice from jail without i.c.e. ever being notified. critics are blaming sanctuary city policies. having bump stos esdere a felony this week under federal law. the new rules tomorrow. people must turn them over to law enforcement or destroy them.
some of the suggested methods are completing melting or crushing the device to prevent further use. bump stocks allow a semiautomatic gun to fire repeatedly. the push to ban the device is set in motion after the las vegas massacre. and coming up here on "today in the bay," a major airline making changes in the wake of two deadly crashes. the impact across the nation, which may impact your next flight. plus, prices at the pump are jumping. how much can expect to pay, as you fill up your tank this morning. and a live look now out of richmond, you can see one, two cars there on the road. mike will have a look at the commute coming up in just a bit. 4:36 right now. you're watching "today in the bay." sometimes, the pressures of today's world can make it tough
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good morning. i'm frank holland at cnbc global headquarters. here are today's top business headlines. wall street could start this week out in the red this morning as investors continue to worry about a slowdown in the economy and whether that could lead to a recession. overnight in asia, japan's market posting its worst day of the year. on friday the dow falling more than 450 points, its worst performance since early january. on the watch list reports on the housing sector, consumer confidence and fourth quarter gdp. american airlines is canceling about 90 flights per day through april 24th due to the grounding of boeing 737 max jets following two deadly
crashes in ethiopia and indonesia. american has two dozen american 727 max planes in its fleet. every flight on the 737 max is canceled as americans make arrangements to use other aircraft. and prices at the pump they're jumping. the average price of regular unleaded rising 16 cents in the past two weeks. it's now $2.66 a gallon nationwide. there in the bay area, gas is averaging $3.64 a gallon. analysts say the increase comes as supplies get tight while refiners undergo maintenance in higher demand demand of the summer driving season which officially kicks off recommend reel day weekend. gas prices are exactly the same level they were at this time last year. marcus and laura, i guess we can't complain too much. >> we can but we won't. >> thanks, frank. >> thanks, frank. coming up next on "today in the bay," kari hall tracking the next storm to move in, just in time for our work week.
>> it's a slow-moving storm and mostly have a bigger impact on the north bay as we go into today. we'll be watching that rain slowly making its way south. taking a live look outside at highway 101 in san jose, santa clara will see those temperatures in the upper 40s and low 50s. still a mild day. we'll talk about what's ahead, coming up next. >> and our live look at the san mateo bridge shows westbound traffic. it looks like it's clumping up but i don't see a lot of brake lights. we're hearing chatter about the peninsula once again. i'll check that in the newsroom as well. plus, awaiting apple's big announcement. a live report on a new product the tech giant could roll out today. a live look at nbc bay ar
storm ranger. a parade of storms is starting to move in. a live look at nbc bay area storm ranger, tracking that storm. a parade of storms starting to move in the area. we're already seeing the rain move into the extreme north bay right now. just take a look at it, as it creeps its way in. wow. 4:44 for you right now. and of course, we need to get ready for it. pull the umbrellas out again. >> we need the umbrellas but for the rest of the bay area south of the golden gate bridge, you won't need that until this afternoon. this will mainly affect the north bay, so you can see the dry conditions we're seeing in san francisco right now, and also our temperatures that have been starting out quite mild in the upper 40s and lower 50s. the seven-day forecast is coming up at the bottom of the screen, as we take a look at concord and what to expect throughout the day. temperatures in the low 50s, and we will see some more clouds moving in. also those rain chances starting to go up in the afternoon for
areas south and east of the golden gate bridge. we are also going to see this rain coming down quite heavily from santa rosa on northward, a closer look shows where the pockets of that heavy rain now approaching cloverdale and also moving into ukiah, and it's just to the north of guerneville. so this is what we've seen over the past several hours, as this slow-moving system starts to sag its way into the bay area. but we've seen the rain across far northwestern california for the past several hours, as the storm continues to move through. so as it moves in, it looks like a lot of that rain will continue to weaken. so by noon, we're not seeing as much in the way of some of the heavier rain, and gets lighter as it moves into the east bay and the south bay as well as the peninsula, and by 7:00 to 8:00 tonight, we're seeing some of that rain starting to edge its way into san jose, and then quickly moving out by late tonight into early tomorrow morning. there may be a little bit of a break in the activity going into tomorrow, but another storm is right behind that, and will be
bringing us some rain between late tuesday into wednesday, and this is, may also be when we get gusty winds. so this first storm moving in brings us about a half inch of rain for napa, three-quarters of an inch of rain in san and then elsewhere, about a quarter inch of rain or less, but the next storm that comes in will bring in much higher amounts in terms of rainfall, and also some gusty winds. so that's what we'll be watching as we are going to see a couple of storms moving through this week, and our temperatures for the inland areas staying in the mid-60s, warming uhm a ining up weekend forecast looks amazing, highs in the low 70s with some sunshine and we'll need it after a rainy week. headed over to mike, you've been tracking the peninsula drive. >> that's right, kari. we were a little quick on our reports, i got there before the activity happened. we heard about a traffic break and i was going to show you the effects of the traffic break and we got the headlights restored once again north 101 at university. we see traffic flowing again.
there will still be activity there north toward embarcadero. wow, this is not the right map. getting toward, let's see, there is the bridge and we'll try to get to the peninsula, there we go, right here, slowing that showed up for a short period of time with the lights that were not traveling northbound for just about three minutes, we may have had some slowing that will occur on the map. fire crews onckin your left two lanes for one period of time but after that traffic break, this he may have moved him to the shoulder. it does have a report to chp saying that, right over here, maybe take another half hour, 45 minutes for the tow truck to arrive. again, this stretch should show slowing along the next few but 280 along the peninsula is sign, so is el camino. mass transit no delays. b.a.r.t. will officially start at 5:00 a.m. but a couple of trains are hitting the tracks. caltrain is restored, after the electrification work that continues for weekends. the bay bridge cash lanes we're waiting for one toll taker on
other side. iphones, ipads, now a streaming service? >> apple entering new territory with a major announcement in just hours, at its head are tqu in coupertincupertino. kris sanchez is joining us live with the next steps in the company's fight against amazon. kris? >> reporter: hi there. apple doesn't tip its hands before its announcements. they won't let us onto the campus before they're ready to talk. all of the tech reporters expect an announcement about a streaming service. apple's streaming service is expected to include some original programming, but also packages from traditional this might seem lnbcews reports strategy seems more about making iphones more lucrative for apple by creating more and services for the iphones because, as you may recall, apple iphone sales have been
spl slow because a lot of us are not upgrading as often as they like. apple has deals with steven spielberg, j.j. abrams, jennifer aniston and even kevin durant. nbc bay area tech reporter scott budman will be inside for that announcement. any time we hear anything, we will push it out and make sure you know especially when it comes to the pricing, which is always one of the big questions that we get and also the time line, how soon can we get it. when we know the answers, we'll let you know. in cupertino, kris sanchez, "today in the bay." >> certainly a big talk of the day, thank you. 4:49. senator bernie sanders is spreading his message to the bay area in his latest bid to get into 1600 pennsylvania avenue. the line to see senator sanders at ft. mason sunday was a long one there, people arrived hours ahead of the campaign rally to hear him. safr his three-city tour of california. he made a strong push for california voters there, where
he had a second place finish in the state's 2016 presidential primary. in addition to the mueller report, senator sanders doubled down on economic equality. >> we want an economy that works for all of us, not just wealthy campaign contributors. >> senator sanders also touched on criminal justice reform, medicare, free college, and immigration reform. meanwhile, presi spent her sunday in atlanta. the senator holding a rally at morehouse college. meanwhile, at a church service called on older leaders to pass the baton to the younger generation. this morning, high alert in the city. the search continues for whoever shot six people in san francisco's filmore district. one of the victims died. one man was in the area selling flowers during the shooting. he says what he did next may have saved his life. >> one youngster reached in and
took, snatched a rose from pow. pow, pow, pow. if he didn't snatch the rose, i might have been one of the casualties. >> the president of the san francisco naacp is asking for more foot patrol officers in that area. he's also asking for more opportunities for young people to prevent future shootings. six weeks from now, one leading economist will reportedly lay out his economic impact from the devastating camp fire in butte county. of course, that fire was the state's deadliest and most destructive ever. paeco entish, sonoma ed. state economist robert ehler will headline a breakfast in chico. he examined the impact from other recent devastating wildfires and is now looking into the camp fire and the car fire near redding. other local leaders will also be on hand. 4:52 right now. coming up on "today in the bay,"
"nbc bay area responds." >> people think they're buying an uncapped pass to the movies with access like an "a" lister but instead they give it an i'm consumer investigator chris chmura, "nbc bay area responds," next. but first, happening now, china is censoring more than two minutes of lgbtq content from "bohemian rhapsody." some people call the release in china a victory, particularly only a limited number of western films are screened in the country every year. we'll be back with more news in two minutes. stick around. it's 4:52. ad lib live picture--n
francisco a very good morning to you. taking a livek beautiful look at san francisco illuminated on this monday morning. rain in the works, starting in the north bay. we'll check in with kari for the full forecast. 4:55 right now. happening today, ride share drivers demanding their fair share plan to protest and strike across california. a union supporting drivers claims, uber recently cut drivers pay by 25% in some places. uber reportedly says this was actually the unintended result of an incentive promotion. union leaders have planned a one-day strike in southern california and in san francisco, ride share drivers plan to protest outside a lyft ipo luncheon. both companies plan to go public in the next few weeks. nbc bay area responds to several film buffs who say they signed up for a movie ticket subscription that bombed. >> consumer investigator chris chmura and his team are looking into the problem that generated gripes nationwide.
>> good morning. nbc responds teams around the country have responded to dozens of complaints, 15 of those from right here in the bay area. members say the company keeps changing the rules on them, and they're not getting their money's worth. when they try to complain, they get nowhere. >> i might as well start a fire and try and send customer service smoke signals, they're more likely to answer that than their phone or the email that i sent. >> some customers are so fed up, they've taken a drastic step. tonight at 11:00, we'll explain how they're publicly fighting back against the company they say ripped them off, and why the company says their dispute should be handled confidentially. if a company is ignoring your complaints, maybe we can help. call us, 888-996-tips, or visit nbcbayarea.com/responds. i'll see you again tonight at 11:00. >> sounds good, chris. coming up here on "today in the bay," kari is tracking more rain for the upcoming week. kari, how long are we looking at here? >> we're going to see this in the north bay throughout much of the day. the rest of the bay area later
on this evening. we start out dry in walnut creek, with our temperatures in. we'll get a look at all of our microclimates and when that rain arrives where you live, coming up next. and right here in fremont, those truck scales are looking calm right now. so is the nimitz, southbound with the headlights heading past tesla. we're tracking the one crash over on the peninsula, hearing about that, continuing lane closures. we'll show you where that is. plus more suspects in the alleged college admissions cheating scheme are due in court this morning. the show of support of "fuller house" co-star is showing for lo lori loughlin who was charged in the case. for 50 years, cracker barrel
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downtown walnut creek and the suspect is still on the run. what we )re just finding out about the victim. plus: president trump declaring victory after the summary of the mueller report is released. what both sides president trump declaring victory after the summaryreport. both sides of the aisle are d round of wet weather taking aim at parts of the pbay area. this is a live look at the radar. we're tracking how long you're going to need your umbrella on and off this week. 5:00 right now. good monday morning. thanks for joining us. i'm laura garcia. >> and i'm marcus washington.
we'll talk about your commute but first, kari, the storm is coming your way. >> it's a slow-moving storm so it's starting in the north bay and the south bay may not see it until later on this evening, but as we get a closer look, mostly some light to moderate showers moving through from areas north of santa rosa and that is what we are expecting even into noon. this will still be mostly in the north bay. then approaching san francisco at 1:00 to 2:00, into the east bay at about 5:00 to 6:00 this evening, and the south bay later on, mostly after sunset. so i'll have more of what to expect as this system and another one right behind that moves in, and mike, you're still